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In our line of work at Good Life Construction, encountering faulty stucco construction and flawed brick and stone façades is extremely common. Despite their initial appearance, stucco and masonry are highly susceptible to water intrusion and moisture cultivation, often resulting in water damage. We specialize in water damage repair, offering essential services such as stucco crack repair and chimney masonry repair to address these issues effectively.

Our Sacramento stucco and masonry repair contractors specialize in identifying any compromises in your stucco siding or brick veneer and providing proper and logical solutions for any arising issues. We take pride in delivering quality, competitive cost, and integrity in our services.

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The Good Life Construction team is completely dedicated to helping you and improving the state of your home. Our team is trained and equipped to perform every kind of stucco and masonry repair possible. The extent of our service ability is anything from minor patches and simple repairs to entire wall replacements and complete stucco application.

We offer a range of stucco and masonry services, including:

  • New stucco installation
  • Brick repair
  • Stucco crack repair / Stucco leak repair
  • Brick installation
  • Stucco application
  • Brick flashing
  • Stucco and flashing at windows
  • Stone repair
  • Stucco and flashing at doors
  • Stone installation
  • Stucco and flashing at roofing
  • Stone flashing
  • Conventional stucco
  • Stone Facade Replacement
  • EIFS stucco
  • New Masonry Installation
  • Chimney Repair
  • Masonry Repair


The most vulnerable and common areas where leaks and damages are typically found are windows, doors, and roof-to-wall joints. More often than not, we encounter significant framing and structural damages hidden behind leaking stucco and brick masonry. The stucco and brick do not rot, which prevents the untrained eye from seeing serious problems in any given area. However, there are several signs you can keep an eye out for that indicate it’s time to call for stucco and masonry repair.

Common signs that stucco/masonry needs to be repaired include:

  • Cracks or fractures in the stucco;
  • Cracks or fractures in bricks or mortar joints;
  • Bulging or blistering of the surface;
  • Loose or missing bricks or stones;
  • Staining or discoloration;
  • Bulging or leaning walls;
  • Peeling or flaking;
  • Water stains or discoloration;
  • Water damage or moisture intrusion;
  • Efflorescence (white residue);
  • Efflorescence (white residue);
  • Deterioration of mortar joints;
  • Loose or missing stucco;
  • Spalling (chipping or flaking);
  • Mold or mildew growth;
  • Presence of mold or mildew;
  • Deterioration of the underlying structure;
  • Sagging lintels or arches;
  • Gaps or separations between stucco

and adjacent materials.

  • Shifts or settlement.

If you notice any of these signs with your stucco or masonry, it's important to consult a licensed stucco contractor. Leaving stucco and masonry problems unnoticed can lead to further damage and costly replacements that may be avoided with timely repair services.

When To Worry About Stucco Cracks?

Stucco cracks can pose a serious risk to the structure of your home or business. These may be a result of incorrect or damaged framing, soil movement, or any other natural disasters. Knowing which cracks are a "yellow flag" or a "red flag" is important for ensuring your safety, and preventing further damage. Sometimes, home or business owners may want to utilize DIY tactics and patch the cracks back; however, if a deeper structural problem is involved, doing so will not take care of the root of the problem, and may leave you with further damages down the road.

Some signs that indicate your stucco cracks need immediate attention include:

  • The stucco cracks are V-shaped
  • The stucco cracks are diagonal
  • The end sides of the stucco crack are unequal in plane
  • The stucco cracks are wider than 1/8 of an inch
  • The stucco cracks are deep - running all the way through the stucco
  • The stucco cracks are near doors or windows
  • Your windows or doors are racked
  • The stucco cracks appeared 6-12 months after moving into a newly built home
  • There are multiple stucco cracks

Please don't hesitate to contact our stucco and masonry contractors in Sacramento, CA. We have the tools and experience necessary to properly inspect your stucco. Professional stucco repair is important for ensuring the safety of you, your family, your employees, or your customers. Let us help you with all your stucco and masonry concerns for your residential or commercial property today!

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Stucco and masonry repair are not DIY projects. Using incorrect materials or faulty application techniques can lead to numerous issues, including poor aesthetics, earlier wear, and increased susceptibility to damage. Only trust an experienced stucco and masonry repair contractor in Sacramento to handle your project.

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